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Thursday, December 10, 2020

Orlando punks Grave Return release first new record in three years on Friday

Posted By on Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 10:41 AM

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Orlando’s Grave Return, a band whose bloodline runs rich with homegrown punk royalty, have never been accused of being prolific.

Their last record came out in 2017, the same year I saw them play a charging set opening up for the legendary Damned.



That’s why the release of their first new music in three years this week is pretty momentous.
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On Friday, Dec. 11, Grave Return will drop driving new EP Victory Or … on Ashtray Monument, the Tampa record label that’s also a lovingly dedicated archivist of historical Florida rock music.

Digital purchase includes a bonus track and vinyl edition is super limited to a precious 35 lathe-cut copies, so maybe pounce on those with haste.

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